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State Line Dave

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  1. Coming out of your personal dogs she should make dandy. I hope she gets in a hunting home. Dave
  2. Fellows these pup are as good as the come. Just look at the trees dogs in their bloodline full of squirrel dog champions. I have hunted with Grimm and he is a dandy a real squirrel dog. I know you still have put the time in any pup you buy. But you cannot go wrong when you start with this type of bloodline. And Will is top shelf in my book. Good luck getting these pups in hunting homes. Dave
  3. We waited until all the deer hunters had left the area we hunted in. The weather gave us a half inch of rain last night and the temps were in the low 60s about one o'clock. I was surprised the squirrels were down and moving pretty good. I took my little lady dog and she did a fine job on a couple hour hunt for a mid day hunt. Austin's knocked 3 out and we couldn't find one up a big oak. I'm still having fun and hope you are to. Good luck. Dave
  4. Here's the real deal. Nice very nice pup. One bred like this one don't come along very often. Good luck Mike getting him in a hunting home. Dave
  5. Sounds like he's a good squirrel dog. Good luck selling him. Dave
  6. I have said this before on SDC. I have never seen a pup I didn't like this old man goes back to the little boy that's still in me. LOL. The pups are very nice and will make someone very happy. Dave
  7. Me to HillBilly. My wife has a brand new pair size 8 that I ordered for her before they discontinued. There out in my shop she has never worn them. I wish I had ordered me a couple of pairs then to. Thanks for your reply. Dave
  8. Levi I have a pair of the Aerohead Lacrosse and love them. I wear them during the hot months. Thanks Dave
  9. I'm needing advice on a great pair of walking boots to hunt hilly places with some rocky soil. There will be small ditches with some water in them, but can probably avoid most water places as I'm talking about hilly places. Would be nice if they can repel and turn water. They need to be stable on hilly ridges and rocky places souls for climbing are all right. Not to heavy I hope. Must be a slip on boot 10 to 14 inches tall. No laces as I don't bend over to good any more to tie a boot. Not worried about snake proof as I'll be wearing them in the winter only. Willing to spend 300.00 to 400.00. Please advise.... Thanks Dave
  10. Levi after talking to you over the last couple of years it didn't take me long to realize two things for sure we have in common. Squirrel dogs and good food. Thanks for the recipe there is nothing I like better than a crockpot cooked meal. Dave
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